Provider Education opportunities
2016 IHCP Annual Provider
Seminar - Once again, it's time for the Indiana Health Coverage
Programs' (IHCP's) annual provider seminar. Highlights of this
year's topics include overviews and specific program billing
guidelines, as well as a preview of the functions available in the
new Provider Healthcare Portal scheduled to be released later this
year. HPE, Anthem, Managed Health Services (MHS), MDwise,
Cooperative Managed Care Services (CMCS), and the FSSA will lead
sessions. Sign up today!
Portal Training - Web-based training and instructor-led
training on the NEW Indiana Health Coverage
Programs (IHCP) Provider Healthcare Portal is now available! To
take advantage of the many new features available on the Portal,
providers and their designated representatives, known as delegates,
need to learn how to use the new system.
PE Qualified Provider
Training - Providers interested in becoming qualified providers
(QPs) for Presumptive Eligibility (PE), Hospital Presumptive
Eligibility (Hospital PE), or Presumptive Eligibility for Pregnant
Women (PEPW) can complete an enrollment application and the
required attestations online through Web
interChange. After completing the application and attestations
via Web interChange, providers can contact Hewlett Packard
Enterprise Provider Relations to arrange training. See this page
for more information and for PE training dates currently
Workshop Registration - The
workshop registration tool enables you to enroll in training
classes. Class sizes are limited, so be sure to register early.
How to Access Virtual
Training - Virtual training lets you take advantage of IHCP
training from the convenience of your own office - all you need is
a computer and telephone! Unless otherwise specified, follow the
registration and log-in instructions on the How to Access Virtual
Training page of this website.
Presentations - Do you need a copy of a presentation from a
previous workshop or the annual seminar? Look on the Archived
Workshop Presentations page.
Note: Some graphics in PowerPoint presentations
may not print when you print in black and white.